The government of el Salvador began to unfold on Thursday, a special task force of security on their borders with Honduras and Guatemala with the aim of stop the crossing of undocumented migrants to the US . The salvadoran government has not provided details about how many troops will be deployed, however, an anonymous source told Reuters that the device would have at least 300 immigration agents and 800 police officers.
The deployment of this safety device is part of the agreements to reduce illegal migration, the government of El Salvador signed at the end of August with Kevin McAleenan, the acting secretary of the National Security of the usa.UU.. Within these agreements, the u.s. government pledged to strengthen the border patrol from El Salvador, in addition to support in strategies to combat the calls maras , or gangs.
The u.s. administration of president Donald Trump has sealed agreements with Mexico and central american countries to commit to reduce illegal immigration. In the case of Mexico, the country mesoamerican reduced by 56 percent for the transit of central american undocumented after having deployed a total of 25,000 troops and police and military forces all over your territory , a security device that was deployed to change that the U.S. does not impose tariffs on all mexican products.
Doctors Without Borders estimated that some 500,000 people are leaving El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras each year on their way to the first power, due to the high levels of insecurity and suffer from these three countries. El Salvador is one of the most dangerous countries in the world with an average of 64 murders per 100,000 inhabitants, according to estimates of the United Nations.Updated Date: 12 September 2019, 18:01